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Special Olympics is a year round program for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Training and competitions are offered in 12 Olympic style sports at no cost.
Provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
We advocate for children with special needs and their families through diverse programs and partnerships in the Greater Sacramento Area.
Inclusive, family friendly sports and recreational activities for individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, friends and others who want to expand their circle of peers.
Our mission is to provide free health care services to low-income and uninsured residents in Southern California, through the support of generous volunteers and donors.
A nonprofit redevelopment company who’s mission is to revitalize the Oak Park neighborhood through public education and economic development.
St. Mary’s Center Serves homeless, and homebound seniors, facilitates independent living; family emergency food; educational enrichment Preschool.
Father Joe’s Villages prevents and end homelessness by providing neighbors in need with individualized housing and supportive services, including meals, healthcare, childcare, and employment training.
Saving lives by empowering survivors and educating communities to stand up to domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking through direct services and outreach activities.
STAND! builds safe and strong families by serving men, women and children experiencing family violence through crucial counseling, education, and crisis services.
Through Intensive Community Based Services, we empower youth and their families to solve serious challenges that threaten their ability to stay together.
Our mission is to offer vocational and educational services for youth so that they may develop a positive self-image and a purpose for their future.
Empowering families to break the generational cycle of poverty by fostering positive development in children while educating and guiding parents to support their children’s success.
Children and youth who struggle with mental illness face the everyday challenges of childhood and teen years with monumental and sometimes devastating barriers. We help.
Help children with any kind of disability reach their full potential by ensuring their families have information, education, and parent-to-parent support.
Committed to restoring sight and transforming lives of blind people in developing countries. Since 1974, nearly half a million people have received free eye surgery.
Teen Challenge is a nonprofit christian organization whose purpose is to offer support and aid to youth, adults and families with life-controlling problems.
We are a family advocate, nonprofit organization dedicated to the redirection of at-risk youth and providing support and training for those that care for them.
A youth crime prevention program that provides educational, athletic and other recreational activites to the youth of Tehama County free of charge.
Our mission is to prepare children with visual impairments for a life of independence through early intervention, education and family support.
Offering intervention, education, and treatment services for children, youth, and families to surrounding communities.
The Child Abuse Prevention Council protects children and strengthens families through awareness and outcome driven programs delivered with compassion.
Our goal is to help youth and families develop the resilience necessary to overcome challenges and create healthier, happier patterns of living.
We are a Community Outreach Oranganization that provide for the Homeless and less fortunate. Are mission is to promote food,clothing and Shelter.
The HAWK Institute is a Leadership Development, College and Career preparatory program designed primarily for African American youth (14-25 years of age).
We are creating a 20-bed hospice house for the terminally ill homeless men and women in the greater Sacramento area.
Our mission is to train and mentor black male youth in technology creation, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills to transform their lives and communities.
Illumination Foundation’s mission is to provide targeted, interdisciplinary services for the most vulnerable homeless clients to break or prevent the cycle of homelessness.
Help rescue children from predators! Through education, training and support we help law enforcement, affiliated agencies and the public combat child sexual exploitation and abuse.
Provides a spiritual presence on military bases alongside chaplains, and brings hope to military personnel and their families through meaningful relationships with Jesus Christ.
OCF engages military leaders in Biblical fellowship and growth to equip them for Christ-like service at the intersection of faith, family, and profession.
A private, non-profit, school serving Preschool through 8th grade students with an emphasis on character education, academic excellence, and community service.
Emergency Food Program, Lodging, Utility Assistance, Seasonal Programs, Bus Tickets, Gas Vouchers, Seniors/Homeless Feeding, Summer Community Camps, Hospitality House Showers, Youth Programs.
An organization that helps teens (ages 11-17) grow and develop social skills through music, arts, urban gardening, academic support, and interactive activities.
United Way envisions a world where all individuals achieve their human potential through education, financial stability, and housing.
We are a cultural education/self-image program. Children learn that drugs, crime, and gangs are not options…education and making proper choices are.
The YWCA Sonoma County operates the only domestic violence shelther in Sonoma County and the only therapeutic preschool for children witnessing violence.
TMCF moves low-resource, high-achieving students attending publicly-supported HBCUs to and through college and into economically sustainable careers, through scholarships, capacity building and career preparation.
Our community-based restoration and education program restores habitat at Upper Newport Bay, benefiting native wildlife. We also assist volunteer coastal wetland restoration programs statewide.
Services include Educating Teen’s & Adult’s on Healthy Relationships, and Coping skills to deal with the aftermath of Domestic Violence, providing tools and techniques.
We provided Adoption and Foster Care, Behavioral Health Services, Residential Treatment for adolescents, and operate a private high school and a Transitional Housing program.
We’re a leading provider of mental health and supportive housing services in Sacramento County, providing the support our clients need on their path to self-sufficiency.
The only dental practice exclusively specializing in Pediatric dentistry for children, who are insured under Denti-Cal or low-income uninsured and low-income underinsured.
Tri-Valley Haven: A program for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence, rape, homelessness and other crisis situations.
Provides mountain biking outings, environmental education and bicycle mechanics training for Bay Area low-income youth. Bicycle Thrift shop, Re-Cyclery, provides low- cost alternative transportation.
The leading provider of comprehensive services to children and adults with autism, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities and their families.
Providing resources to empower, strengthen and support families who have children with mental health, emotional and behavioral disorders. Programs include: Parents Partners, Educational Advocacy, Respite.
Disabled children and adults receive specialized one-on-one instruction and adaptive equipment in outdoor recreation therapy activities to improve physical, emotional, and social health and functioning.
We believe in a world where ZERO children die from causes we can prevent. Join us, and we can get there.
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